Supporting the Armidale Aboriginal Community Garden

The Armidale Aboriginal Community Garden is a community-driven, grassroots initiative, directed by Aboriginal Elders and community leaders. Sited at Narwan Village, the community garden opened in May 2015 thanks to founding members Dr Kate Wright, Uncle Steve Widders and Peter Hall. It is currently being revitalised by regular working bees run by One Connection Disability Services, supported by Armajun Aboriginal Health Service and the Armidale Climate and Health Project.

The Aboriginal Community Garden is a place for cultural healing, environmental skills learning and community building. It aims to promote healthy lifestyles, provide access to fresh food, and create a space for artistic and cultural activities. To find out more about the history of the garden go to https://armidalecommunitygarden.org/

Weekly working bees are being run every Friday from 10-1pm at the Aboriginal Community Garden. Lot 4 Mossman St, Newling.

All welcome!